Question Time Commentary

IS an IRA supporter.
Are we taking bets on Jones flouncing out?
He's such a drama queen, at least he's got a career in panto to look forward to once it dawns on him the new Labour leadership hate him
 
I was surprised he was featured heavily at the start......as soon as i saw him i thought "has he changed from the twat i have seen before?" and in the last 5 minutes the answer is "no"!
 
and if it's a remain result will we go for a "best of three"?
You know the score, it's a once in a generation vote

So taking the SNP example they'll be demanding a rematch every three years until the people vote the correct way
 
I was surprised he was featured heavily at the start......as soon as i saw him i thought "has he changed from the twat i have seen before?" and in the last 5 minutes the answer is "no"!
It's no accident that he keeps getting invited on this and similar shows. He's a twat, but it makes for good TV. Someone makes these editorial decisions with the full knowledge of his history.
 
Brillo knows what Jones is like.
It's no accident that he keeps getting invited on this and similar shows. He's a twat, but it makes for good TV. Someone makes these editorial decisions with the full knowledge of his history.
It shows up the lefty extremists for what they are.
 

Slime

LE
Can I recommend listening to the Radio 5 question time extra time show hosted by Adrian chiles.

Listen to tonight's show (starting right after QT ended).
Skip forward to the 00.20 point. There is something that made me laugh out loud that lasted a few minutes.
The show will be on iplayer or the BBC SOUNDS app.
 
Jones is f***** out of order. Libelous shit. I hope he gets sued.
What did he say?

How this little marxist gets so much airtime to peddle his bolsheveik garbage is truly astounding.
 

mcphee1948

Old-Salt
What did he say?

How this little marxist gets so much airtime to peddle his bolsheveik garbage is truly astounding.
Isn't Marxism the way of the future? Despite its failure in Russia, and everywhere else it's been tried, it retains a semi-mystical allure for people who espouse beards, sandals and glasses.

These people, even though idiots, should not be treated lightly. They can destroy us all through their stupidity
 
Isn't Marxism the way of the future? Despite its failure in Russia, and everywhere else it's been tried, it retains a semi-mystical allure for people who espouse beards, sandals and glasses.

These people, even though idiots, should not be treated lightly. They can destroy us all through their stupidity
Agreed.

"But but it's not real socialism"

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It's no accident that he keeps getting invited on this and similar shows. He's a twat, but it makes for good TV. Someone makes these editorial decisions with the full knowledge of his history.
You're right on that. Jones repeats some appalling lies, but he does that because he actually believes them. So much about him is stereotypical of those at his line on the political spectrum, but he takes the nastiness entirely beyond (as Portillo said) decent discourse. A fetid wankstain.
 

O Zangado

War Hero
Serves the fekker right and about time too. I watched it last night and saw the effete scumbag get a severe mauling and then have his arrse served on a plate courtesy of MP and AN. Either of them could have done it alone with one hand tied behind their back,which might habe been kinder to be honest, but together they made sure the gobby little burglar will be nursing his tattered ego and credibility this morning in the warm darkness of his safe space.

OZ
 
I thought at one point that Portillo was going to deck him in a remember Brighton moment.
Could have been funny to watch, think we could guess which gay would have won

My money would be on Portillo
 
Serves the fekker right and about time too. I watched it last night and saw the effete scumbag get a severe mauling and then have his arrse served on a plate courtesy of MP and AN. Either of them could have done it alone with one hand tied behind their back,which might habe been kinder to be honest, but together they made sure the gobby little burglar will be nursing his tattered ego and credibility this morning in the warm darkness of his safe space.

OZ
Makes no odds to Jones. He just takes their angry rebukes as evidence that he is right and they are the right wing enemy of all that is pure and sacred about his hallowed communism. It is a religious cult of sorts.
 
Makes no odds to Jones. He just takes their angry rebukes as evidence that he is right and they are the right wing enemy of all that is pure and sacred about his hallowed communism. It is a religious cult of sorts.
Yep.
It's as if he does it deliberately to provoke people and then sits back with a smug look on his face.
One day somebody will think it is worth going to court,and will punch his lights out.
 
Yep.
It's as if he does it deliberately to provoke people and then sits back with a smug look on his face.
One day somebody will think it is worth going to court,and will punch his lights out.
I expect that they will find themselves in a rather long queue.

Back to the QT and the new chairthing. I think that Fiona Bruce did a very good job. Being her first appearance, she would have been under some considerable pressure, but she got stuck in and showed that she wasn't there for ornamental purposes. An encouraging start. It wouldn't have been beyond the BBC to have selected a Zoe Ball or a Grace Dent.

I rather believe that Dimbleby was in the harness for rather too long and being part of the revered Dimbleby dynasty, nobody wanted to be the one to tell him that it was time to move on. He had become complacent and intellectually flabby and appeared to be somewhat wrapped up in his own image and his position as elder statesman of the BBC. The Robin Day syndrome.

Now if only they could do something about the 'audience selected entirely at random'. The BBC are probably the only people who could fill up a studio in Clacton with pro-remain liberal-lefties about a week after UKIP had won the local parliamentary seat.
 
I expect that they will find themselves in a rather long queue.

Back to the QT and the new chairthing. I think that Fiona Bruce did a very good job. Being her first appearance, she would have been under some considerable pressure, but she got stuck in and showed that she wasn't there for ornamental purposes. An encouraging start. It wouldn't have been beyond the BBC to have selected a Zoe Ball or a Grace Dent.

I rather believe that Dimbleby was in the harness for rather too long and being part of the revered Dimbleby dynasty, nobody wanted to be the one to tell him that it was time to move on. He had become complacent and intellectually flabby and appeared to be somewhat wrapped up in his own image and his position as elder statesman of the BBC. The Robin Day syndrome.

Now if only they could do something about the 'audience selected entirely at random'. The BBC are probably the only people who could fill up a studio in Clacton with pro-remain liberal-lefties about a week after UKIP had won the local parliamentary seat.
There did seem to be more 'leavers' than usual,but they were still outnumbered.
Who is Grace Dent?
 

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